Fire Hydrant Service

Fire hydrant service is an essential component of fire safety. Fire hydrants are the primary source of water for firefighters to extinguish fires in residential, commercial, and industrial settings. It is crucial that fire hydrants are properly maintained and serviced to ensure their reliability in the event of an emergency.

One of the most important aspects of fire hydrant service is regular inspections. Fire hydrants should be inspected on a regular basis to ensure they are functioning properly and in good condition. This includes checking for leaks, damage, and proper operation of valves and caps. Inspections should also include testing the water pressure and flow rate to ensure that the hydrant can deliver adequate water to extinguish a fire. At Cal Counties Fire we will do a full inspection to make sure everything is in working condition and let you know what needs to be done.

Another important aspect of fire hydrant service is flushing. Flushing the hydrant removes sediment and rust from the pipes to ensure that the hydrant is functioning properly. This is especially important in areas with hard water or where the water supply is from a well or other source prone to sediment buildup. Flushing should be done on a regular schedule to maintain the integrity of the hydrant.

Repairs and maintenance are also critical to fire hydrant service. If a hydrant is damaged or not functioning properly, it may not provide adequate water to extinguish a fire. Repairs should be made promptly to ensure that the hydrant is ready for use in an emergency.

Fire hydrant service is a critical component of fire safety. Regular inspections, flushing, repairs, and maintenance are all essential to ensure the reliability of hydrants in the event of an emergency. With Cal Counties Fire, we can ensure that your business is prepared for the unexpected and that your fire hydrants are ready to provide the necessary water to extinguish a fire.

Fire department paperwork is available from our office after all documents are reviewed by in-house engineering.